Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt head up Antoine Fuqua's take on the 1960 western, but even an admirably diverse cast and solid action can't lift this uninspired remake.
“Why does this exist?” is not a phrase a critic likes to come across in her screening notes, in part because it puts an onus on her future self: Can she answer her own question? Did the film leave any clues?
In an earlier time, the adjective ‘Bergmanesque’ was often employed to describe, usually—but not always—positively, a certain kind of art film that grappled, more often than not in austere black-and-white, with Swedish writer-director Ingmar...
The Immigrant could have been called 'Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire’. The frying pan would be Poland after the First World War and the fire would be New York City, circa January 1921.
Cotillard is at one with her role
'Teen shopper' takes on new meaning in Polish social drama.
POLISH FILM FESTIVAL: 'Love doesn’t exist," declares one of the teenage protagonists in Katarzyna Roslaniec’s adolescent drama Mall Girls. 'It’s better to party and not get involved." If that suggests a hard-hearted attitude, the scenarios in...